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Pet’s Corner - October 2019

01 Oct 2019

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First day at the office

By Ed McLeish

By day, Jay’s a finance officer on Little Bourke St, but by night, he looks after 16-month old Zeus, who he described as a “blue staffy with a hint of thorn.”

When Docklands News met the pair on September 18, it marked the day when Jay’s two worlds collided, as Zeus was introduced to Jay’s colleagues.

Usually a Maribyrnong-based pup, “naughty” Zeus had a fine expedition into Docklands, according to Jay.

“It was fine, he does get attention but he’s pretty chilled and really friendly,” he said.

Jay said Zeus’ favourite thing was meeting new people and finding shoes to ruin.

“He’s been a little naughty as he’s teething at the moment,” Jay said.

“He’s ruined the couch.”

But, it’s not always so happy-go-lucky for Bourke St’s new favourite canine.

“He doesn’t like the vacuum cleaner – every time we do it, he’s running away,” Jay said.

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